Author Archive | David Zinger

Learn 12 Secrets to Becoming a Thought Leader

Cogito ergo sum – I think therefore I am. (Reading Time: 5 Minutes) Learn how to be a thought leader from David Zinger’s employee engagement thought leadership. Do you want to be a thought leader? This post outlines a quirky 12 step process to thought leadership. What’s in a name? I have been referred to as […]

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Are You Going Mobile with Employee Engagement?

Hold the Phone by David Zinger Are you going mobile with employee engagement. Smart phones, tablets and other mobile devices are very engaging for users and we would be negligent not to use them fully as we work to enhance and increase employee engagement. Here is a snippet from the Times News Network that I […]

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The We in Employee Engagement

We are all in employee engagement together. Peter Drucker on we: The leaders who work most effectively, it seems to me, never say “I.” And that’s not because they have trained themselves not to say “I.” They don’t think “I.” They think “we”; they think “team.” They understand their job to be to make the […]

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Employee Engagement Coaching Tool: The Pyramid of Engagement

Let’s achieve sustainable and good work that makes a difference Originally the pyramid of employee engagement was designed to foster a behavioral, action and evidenced based approach to engagement that was  less about feelings, attitudes, and emotions and more about what we actually do to engage. I am offering more coaching to people who are […]

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Employee Engagement: One Friday Factoid #35

Money Matters Annual net income for the top 25% organizations on engagement is about 2 times more than for the bottom 25% organizations on engagement. (Kenexa) Employee engagement make an income difference so lets stop with the engagement talk and get busy engaging. David Zinger is a Canadian Employee Engagement Speaker and global expert on […]

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Employee Engagement: Why Good is Good Enough

The Blasphemy of GREAT WORK Mountains should be climbed with as little effort as possible and without desire. The reality of your own nature should determine the speed. If you become restless, speed up. If you become winded, slow down. You climb the mountain in an equilibrium between restlessness and exhaustion. Then, when you are no […]

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MOJO, Michael, and Marshall on Employee Engagement

Michael Cilla  created this brief slideshow on engagement based on some of Marshall Goldsmith’s presentation from a 2011 presentation at Electronic Art’s HQ. I think it is well worth taking a second look. I like slide 8. Marshall Goldsmith Presentation from mjcilla David Zinger is an expert  global employee engagement speaker and consultant who uses the  […]

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21 Contemporary Employee Engagement Tools and Concepts

I recently wrote a post that was very popular on 19 antiquated employee engagement tools and concepts. It is always easier to attack, criticize, or rip apart than to offer suggestions and useful tools. So this post offers 21 contemporary employee engagement tools and concepts than can make a difference in employee engagement in 2013 […]

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Employee Engagement: Are You Positive?

Employee Engagement Zingers Shannon Polly conducted and posted an engaging  interview with Kim Cameron on virtuous business practices. This is an insightful interview and made me think of the connections between positive organizational scholarship and employee engagement. Cameron on energy as a key ingredient in employee engagement – Energizers are trustworthy, they pay attention, they […]

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The Tour of Employee Engagement

Marvin Faure takes us on a slide tour of what cyclists can teach us about motivation and engagement. What can cyclists teach you about how to motivate your people? from Marvin Faure Are you cycling powerfully into full engagement? David Zinger is an expert  global employee engagement speaker and consultant who uses the  pyramid of employee […]

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